Julie Chen on ‘Big Brother’ racial slurs: ‘I have to be honest, it stung’

07.08.13 6 years ago

Julie Chen on “Big Brother” racial slurs: “I have to be honest, it stung”

Chen addressed the homophobic and racist comments today on “The Talk: “Those things, in my opinion … it felt mean-spirited. It felt ugly and it felt mean.”

Brooklyn’s MTV VMAs will get a special extraterrestrial-looking Moonman
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“Biggest Loser” star sued for re-gaining much of the weight she lost

After dropping 155 pounds, Tara Costa entered into a fitness promotional agreement.

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Behind the scenes of “The Wire”: How the cast blew off steam

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“Game of Thrones” characters get “Simpson”-ized
Check out “The Simpsons”-inspired versions of everybody from Tyrion to George R.R. Martin.

“Elementary” casts Inspector Lestrade

British actor Sean Pertwee will take on the role created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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